ASRock expects video card prices to drop

Posted on Friday, Jun 18 2021 @ 13:48 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
DigiTimes has some news from the latest financial report from ASRock. The Taiwanese hardware maker recorded its highest net profit to date in Q1 2021. Earnings came in at NT$499 million (US$17.88 million), 167 percent more than the year before.

We're not going to cover the boring details. One of the more interesting tidbits from the report is that ASRock expects video cards prices will drop as demand from Chinese cryptocurrency miners is falling:
ASRock expects its sales to grow sequentially in the third quarter, despite component shortages and dropping graphics card prices amid shrinking demand from China's cryptomining sector.

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